volume 267, issue 1-2, P1-12 2003
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2003.08.010
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Abstract: In the past three decades, two very important findings regarding tumour vasculature have been made. Firstly, it has been known a solid tumour has to establish an adequate blood supply to grow beyond a critical mass. Secondly, it has been proven that the tumour vasculature is relatively more aberrant, dynamic and permeable than healthy host tissue. This review discusses the potential of delivering therapeutic nucleic acids to tumour vasculature using cationic liposomes, vehicles recently demonstrated to be sele…

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